The Toronto-based Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Investment Board appointed Edwin Cass as the C$434 billion (US$392 billion) pension’s first dedicated chief investment officer.
Effective immediately, Cass will work closely with the CEO, the chief financial and risk officer and investment department leaders to strengthen to organization’s investment governance even further with the aim of generation greater performance gains.
Cass originally joined CPP in 2008 and most recently was global head of real assets. Replacing him is Deborah Orida, who will now be responsible for the global real assets program, which . . .
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